Public Health Agency


The Public Health Agency of Unixploria is an authority responsible for public health issues at a national level.

The Agency develops and supports cooperation with similar macronational agencies to promote health, prevent illness, and improve preparedness for health threats—our vision statement: a public health that strengthens the positive development of our society.



Many of us live a more sedentary lifestyle, meaning we are more likely to be physically inactive, overeat, and sit for long periods. This, combined with increased stress, anxiety, and depression, has led to many people gaining weight during the pandemic. Unfortunately, this extra weight may become permanent and can lead to serious health risks such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart attack, stroke, and other health problems.

1. Measure and Watch Your Weight

Tracking your weight daily or weekly allows you to monitor your progress.


2. Limit Unhealthy Foods and Eat Healthy Meals

Don't forget to have a nutritious breakfast that is rich in protein and fiber while low in fat, sugar, and calories.


3. Take Multivitamin Supplements

Taking a daily multivitamin supplement is a good idea to ensure sufficient nutrients, especially when you don't have a good variety of vegetables and fruits available at home. The immune system requires many essential micronutrients, including vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D, and E, and minerals such as zinc, iron, copper, selenium, and magnesium.

There is no evidence to support using supplements or "miracle mineral supplements" to protect against the virus or aid recovery. In some cases, high vitamin doses may even harm your health.


4. Drink Water and Stay Hydrated, and Limit Sugared Beverages

It is essential to stay hydrated by drinking water regularly. However, frequent water consumption every 15 minutes does not have any evidence to suggest it can prevent viral infections.

5. Exercise Regularly and Be Physically Active

Exercise at home is a good idea, but you can also walk your dog or jog outside. Stay informed about any restrictions or quarantine rules in your area.


6. Reduce Sitting and Screen Time

Regular exercise does not offer complete protection from the adverse effects of sitting for long periods, such as an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Even individuals who exercise regularly could be at risk if they spend much time sitting behind a computer. To combat the adverse effects of prolonged sitting, taking breaks and moving around, such as walking around the office or room several times a day, is advisable.


7. Get Enough Good Sleep

Sleeping seven to eight hours each night is crucial to keeping your immune system functioning correctly.


8. Go Easy on Alcohol and Stay Sober

Consuming alcohol does not protect against coronavirus. It's important to remember that alcohol contains calories that can add up quickly, so it should always be consumed in moderation.


9. Find Ways to Manage Your Emotions

During a pandemic, it is common for individuals to experience feelings of fear, anxiety, sadness, and uncertainty.


10. Use an App to Keep Track of Your Movement, Sleep, and Heart Rate

Mobile health technology is helpful for healthcare providers and patients, making it highly valuable.